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sēmĭ-axĭus , ii, m. axis, appellation of the early Christians, derived from the manner of their martyrdom: “licet nunc sarmentitios et semiaxios appelletis, quia ad stipitem dimidii axis revincti, sarmentorum ambitu uriemur,Tert. Apol. 50.
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